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post #1 of 26
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Here is whats going on the Big Block today,, They are boned venison roasts that i brined in sea salt garlic powder and onion powder, then laid them open then stuffed with bacon then trussed. one has a sweet and tangy rub and the other is rubbed with cracked pepper and lemon peel shavings.

Starting them off naked then when the internal temp hits 110- 120 i'll remove layer in bacon and take them to 165

oh yeah i almost forgot the smoke today is sweet pecan.. was able to score a few bags of chips

post #2 of 26
Looks good. PLease post the finish. Thanks.
post #3 of 26
Sounds great. Never had the chance to try smoked venison.
post #4 of 26
Looks like a great start I'll be looking forward to the rest of it!!
post #5 of 26
Good looking venison. Looking forward to the finished pics.
post #6 of 26
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Venison (slobber alert)

Here they after 2 hours

post #7 of 26
They're looking good!
post #8 of 26
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Here they are after 4 hours...almost done temps at 150 mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm can't wait

post #9 of 26
Wow those look delicious. You could bring some down to KY on your next trip ya know. :)
post #10 of 26
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actually i brought a bunch of leftovers with me.. brisket, pulled pork and sirloin tip and a bunch of jerky.....you never know when you'll eat on a big storm like that......
post #11 of 26
What temp do / did you bring them up to ?

And you probably don't hear it enough , so , Thank you for the work you do putting things back together after Ma nature busts them up PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #12 of 26
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finished product...Major Slobber Alert

here are the finished products..i layered the tops with thick cut bacon when i transferred everything to pans but we ate it while these babies were resting.

as you can see plenty of juice for au-jaus and gravy..i basted the roasts every 1/2 hour with a bulb of that fine drippins...after they rested i split them because i promised half to my father and today was his birthday, then took them over to the wifes work place,right next door, and sliced them down, thick and paper thin then went to pops

man my mouth is still watering and i ate! very very moist and delicious, i liked the one that had the lemon pepper rub best. can't wait for some more

post #13 of 26
Thanks for sharing!! Sure looks good!!!

What was your smoker temp? Looked to be 250?
post #14 of 26
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What temp do / did you bring them up to ? 1894 i took them to 165 170ish..i don't believe in rare wild meat

What was your smoker temp? Looked to be 250? Nemisportsman...itried to keep it between 225 and 250
post #15 of 26
Sure looks good !!!
post #16 of 26
Looks great! Never thought about putting the bacon in the middle too. One thing that may help you is to trim the shiny film off next time. It takes a little time but is worth it. Thanks for the pics!
post #17 of 26
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i took off what i could without destorying the roast, i wanted it to stay together
post #18 of 26
It looks awesome and probably tastes even better PDT_Armataz_01_37.gif
post #19 of 26
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just got done scarfin' a sammie
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